It’s been the subject of much speculation over the past few years, but what if you’re in love?
What if you think about this in your head, and you’re actually feeling that way?
Then you’re likely to be happier.
If you want to know what’s going on inside your head and where you are on your journey to getting to love yourself, then you’re going to want to watch this short documentary.
Produced by the University of Warwick’s Centre for Happiness, Science and the Body.
It’s based on a study by researchers at the University College London and King’s College London, who found that people with positive romantic images are happier, have more sex and have a lower risk of dying from heart disease.
It also found that romantic love is linked to better mental health, a lower prevalence of depression, and a reduced risk of experiencing anxiety.
“We know that having a romantic relationship is good for people,” lead researcher Dr Rebecca Maughan said.
“So romantic love leads to positive psychological outcomes.”
People who are in love feel like they have more energy, they feel happier, they are more fulfilled.
They also report that their mood is better.
“If you’re feeling this way, it’s important to get your feelings out.
So, start by reading our guide to feeling like a person.
Then, find a partner who shares your passion for life and has a good sense of humour, and talk about your feelings with them.
If they’re a little unsure, ask them what they think about your emotions, and then tell them about your romantic feelings.
It’ll make the relationship more authentic, and help you find that perfect match.
The couple will also have a discussion about how to make your romantic life work, and how to find a date and date a mate.
They’ll share what you want in a relationship, and what you don’t want in it.
Finally, they’ll make sure you have a relationship you can trust.
Find out more about romantic honeymoons at The Conversation.
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